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November 09, 1979 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-11-09

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32 Friday, November 9, 1919

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Arabs in 1984 Olympic Games Will Represent Palestine-Gaza'

ERIC
ROSENOW

NEW YORK (JTA) — A
group of Arab athletes from
the West Bank and Gaza
Strip, who insist on being
identified as athletes from
"Palestine-Gaza," is virtu-
ally certain to participate as
an entity in the 1984 Olym-

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pics in Los Angeles, accord-
ing to Chaim Glovinsky,
secretary treasurer of the
Israel Olympic Committee.
The Palestinian group
from the West Bank and
from Gaza has accom-
plished its mission of secur-
ing acceptance into five of
the international sports
federations. The latest
sports federation to grant
"Palestine-Gaza" the right
to participate in its activi-
ties is the Weight-Lifting
Association.
Two weight lifters from
the West Bank are par-

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ticipating in the interna-
tional competition being
held this week in Greece.
According to
Glovinsky, thus far, the
Basketball Federation,
known as FIBA, and the
Table Tennis Associa-
tion, plus the Track and
Field and Wrestling
Associations, in the in-
ternational sports world
have accepted the bids
for membership from
"Palestine-Gaza" and
will permit that entity to
send competitors to all
competitions arranged
by the respective sports
groups involved.
It is anticipated that
representatives from
"Palestine-Gaza" will ap-
pear in Moscow for the 1980
Olympics at which time
they will make their formal
presentation to the Interna-
tional Olympic Committee
which Glovinsky antici-
pates will immediately
sanction this group as an
accepted entity for future
Olympic competitions.
Meanwhile, those in Is-
rael's sports circles are at
odds because one of their
prime candidates for the
Olympics has left the coun-
try.
Dan Gardner, an Ameri-
can who migrated to Israel

to depart Israel, leaving
only two Americans to par-
ticipate in the Israeli Olym-
pic effort.

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drive two years ago, has re-
turned to the United States.
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